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A journey in time






if light is in your heart, you will find your way home - Rumi-

Almost eleven years ago I began a blog I called September Song. I met a lot of lovely people, many of whom I'm still in touch with.
I miss blogging and after a six month break I'm going to begin again.
No promises or expectations of how often I will post.
If any of my old blog pals, the ones I have lost touch with manage to find me here that would be a bonus.
It's rather exciting. It feels like the first day of school, the new exercise book, and a freshly sharpened pencil, and a new term ahead.
Let's see what happens.

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  1. I've found you and look forward to catching up with all your news again! All the best with the new blog, Jx

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  2. Hi Sheila! Good to see you Blogging again. We must both have had the same idea yesterday. I know that nowadays more and more people are using Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest, myself included. It is so easy to take pictures with my ipad and press 'send to'. However, I do like to use Blogger still, to record things, happy days and holidays. xx

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    1. Hi Lynda, great minds think alike? I enjoyed seeing your bluebell photos, I must have had a premonition you would post some lol

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  3. I've always kept your link to your blogs no matter what they were over time, so was so glad to see this one, and I'd love to see you post and hear what youve been up to Sheila! krissie

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    1. Hi Krissie, great to hear from you. How is life 'down under'?
      Are you still blogging or on any social media. I'd love to catch up with you..xx

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